Africando’s Betece has been a firm favourite on our dance floor. It is an eclectic mix of African rhythms and distinct salsa melodies that gets everyone dancing. Love, love, love, love.
If you ever pop into Salsa Windhoek’s Salsa Sunday sessions then you will hear this particularly awesome blend of cha-cha and hip-hop on the dance floor. It is performed by Orishas and Heather Headley and brings a cool urban Latina vibe to the studio.
Last month, Salsa Windhoek’s re-launch party Let There Be Salsa was held at the Zum Grünen Kranz Steakhouse. It was a tremendous success as many Windhoekers came out in true salsero and salsera style to dance the night away to salsa, bachata, cha-cha, and kizomba music.
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After the success of Let There Be Salsa, Salsa Windhoek’s re-launch party, salsa returns to the capital city with more energy and fun.
Salsa In The City celebrates the establishment of a permanent salsa community in Windhoek. With salsa classes in full swing, a roster of passionate and entRead more
Bajo La Tormenta by Sergio George’s Salsa Giants is the perfect way to prepare for our first salsa night. It has everything we like in a salsa song: fast, fun, and just long enough to get the pulse racing.
It has been an absolute ball getting Salsa Windhoek off the ground. The support from Windhoek’s social dancing community has been nothing short of stellar and without their interaction and energy it would have been impossible to sustain our momentum. With March coming an end the date of oRead more
For many filmmakers, dance provides a good medium for storytelling. With good reason, too. Dancing, an aspect of performance art, is one of the oldest forms of storytelling. With a good dance you can harness many of life’s most important themes: love, loss, joy, violence, and the need for cRead more
After weeks of planning and hard work, the Salsa Windhoek team is proud to announce its return to the Windhoek social dancing scene with an exciting Latin American party on Friday, 27 March 2015.
Salsa, bachata, merengue, cha-cha, and kizomba music will have new and old dancers releasing tRead more
Crawling is cool, it gets the job done when you are young. Walking is the next big step. That is okay, too. It gets you from A to B. And it means you do not get your hands dirty crawling all over the place. Running is even better. You get to places quicker and you burn calories while doinRead more
The best thing about Kizomba is that it is such an intimate dance that very little has to be said between two dance partners. And then you add to the magic of the moment by tossing in a Kizomba remix of John Legend and Ludacris’ “Tonight.”